User Profile: Jim S

Jim S

Member Since: September 14, 2010

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  • [-1] April 29, 2016 at 12:32pm

    Not sure what’s worse a bitter loser Or a bitter winner…

  • April 29, 2016 at 11:01am

    Teddy’s first name is Rafael, it’s on his Canadian birth certificate you moron…but ted is less mmmmmmm Hispanic. ….so he goes by his middle name’s nickname.

  • [-20] April 28, 2016 at 10:45pm

    Other than bernie, who is celebrating communism. Cuba? N.Koreea? Certainly not the capitalist Trump. That communism is bad doesn’t Rafael good. Perhaps Rafael will ban all imports from China? Never mind Goldman Sachs would veto that.

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  • April 28, 2016 at 10:28pm

    He’s antiestablishment? he’s been a govt employee most of his adult life. His wife is a wall st insider. He gets sweetheart loans from Goldman Sachs. He is a total insider. However, he projects to not be but most certainly is. When he was a cog in Bush’s admin, his reward was a useless appointment. He could not prove his worth to anyone.
    For example, please cite his proposed legislation to curb wall st excess with taxpayer monies?…ok how will need pay off our debt by cutting the agency that collects the funds to pay for the mi’itary he wants to increase? You need all the votes to enact law, approve budgets etc etc. Rafael has proven he can not do either. If you can’t trust with small things….Trump may have the same problem. Just don’t be blind to the SOB factor…98 fellow senators will not support him. So he will get zero done…enjoy

  • [-2] April 28, 2016 at 5:45pm

    Broaden your view, John and Rafael might both be SOBs. Unless every member of the house and senate are replaced with cruzetts, prez Rafael would be a lame duck president starting on day one. No one would introduce his bills and he certainty wouldn’t use his pen for EO’s. You can maintain principal and work with others, even be social..well adults can.

  • [5] April 28, 2016 at 5:35pm

    Not sure any financial advice from Greece should be repeated in polite company.

  • [2] April 28, 2016 at 5:26pm

    A better example would be the brick and mortar church has seen it’s better days. People can read, the books are available. The assumption that the guy, almost always, in the pulpit has a better understanding of god than anybody else has fallen flat on so many levels it needn’t be listed. Montgomery Wards, 5 & dime, long distance toll charges, the video store etc al, have all gone into the heap but we all still buy, rent the same things, just differently. The assumption that anything but perhaps fellowship and employment for the church staff happens is the known.

  • [-1] April 28, 2016 at 4:14pm

    I don’t have your mind reading ability for millions of voters. What we can say is Rafael could not even get the Republicans to vote for him. However that is his pattern, nobody can get along with him. Except Goldman Sachs. I understand your point, I passed on the last two presidential elections, my choices were bad or worse so I passed. Rafael’s slim followers may stay home and give Clinton the win. Ok, most presidents have been poor, we will survive. Rafael can’t work with anyone with a different view so nothing will get done for 4 years. We cannot allow common ground if we must move a inch. Then you have trump. If elected he will get a wake up call when he says jump and no one moves. Except he seems to be a guy who can get this go done in the private sector. Something neither Clinton or Rafael can claim. We will see.

  • [-4] April 28, 2016 at 1:22pm

    You were told to stop and didn’t, you ignored your employers direction and got fired for it. Private employers can and do restrict employees actions. Ask the Dixie chicks. However this will open a few doors to become another voice on talk radio. It’s a win win for you and ESPN.

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  • [-4] April 28, 2016 at 1:15pm

    The outrage is with the doctors the US killed, the family us soldiers killed as they raped their 14 yo daughter. Perhaps with the wedding party we obliterated. We call it collateral damage, fog of war when it’s our action. It’s all wrong, so what?

  • [-5] April 28, 2016 at 1:09pm

    He shares the view of almost every member of the Senate and house. The American people also dislike Rafael, 0 for 5 and lost EVERY County in those 5 states says it all.

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  • April 25, 2016 at 10:36pm

    Sweet, Rafael and do his VP choice can play in Beck’s oval room when Trump or Hillary are in charge of the nation.

  • [1] April 25, 2016 at 10:32pm

    Rafael knows the people should not determine their president. That should cause some concern. That states have made the vote immaterial to the selection of their state should bother a few.

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  • [-4] April 20, 2016 at 10:33pm

    If the assumption is that transgenders are lying and are really attracted to seeing you wife and daughter sitting on a toliet, I would agree. However, they are at a might greater from your pastor, brother and teacher. Molesters and rapists need to be executed, leave the others alone. God apparently made a wide variety in his image and likeness, he/she/accepts them as his children, try it.

  • April 20, 2016 at 9:02pm

    Nope not a racist, but the contribution of the female in American history can certainly be honored on 1 of our currencies. Relax, breath. .it’s ok.

  • [-40] April 20, 2016 at 8:58pm

    Your employer does not want you saying things about the customer base…you said so what! OK work elsewhere. Everybody should be happy. Being a happily married hetrosexual, I have no idea what it might be like to be born in the wrong body. People are born with all sorts of abnormalities, extra toes, fingers, attached to a twin etc., so I can accept transgender happening. Why make fun of them? I assume god created them as much as you or i. More of his mysterious ways I suppose.

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  • [16] April 20, 2016 at 8:42pm

    How about just answering the question? Nope Rafael just couldn’t do it. Push the button and get the robot response. I remember a few years back some guest on Beck’s show never answered his questions and beck apologized for wasting our time. What happened to that guy? It was the most honest, heartful a TV host has ever made. I keep waiting for that beck to reappear. ..not carrying Rafael’s water.

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  • [3] April 19, 2016 at 5:54pm

    The author of the Gospel of Luke uses it as the narrative means by which Jesus was born in Bethlehem (Luke 2:1-5),[2] and places the census within the reign of Herod the Great, who actually died 10 years earlier in 4 BCE.[3] No satisfactory explanation has been put forward which could resolve the contradiction, and most scholars think that Luke has made a mistake.[4][5]The census in fact took place about ten years after Herod’s death in 4 BCE.[10] Some scholars have stated that many censuses took place over time in Judea,[11][12][13] and some biblical scholars and commentators argue that the original Greek text of Luke’s gospel can be translated as “registration before Quirinius was governor of Syria”, i.e. that Luke was actually referring to a census other than that of Quirinius
    More confusion from the inspired word of God from an unknown author but attributed to Luke.

  • [4] April 19, 2016 at 11:01am

    What would it take to prove a supernatural being that lives in some other dimension (s) made the universe, can move from one dimension to another, can hear our prayers and alter events in our space and time, will punish or reward for our actions after making us sick and commands we make ourself well. Well, a bit more than having some locations and historical events included in the above narrative. If you make an exceptional claim it requires exceptional proof. What I don’t understand is why those of faith keep claiming some proof of their belief. Knowing the known would end belief, gravity does not to be believed.

  • [-5] April 18, 2016 at 9:04pm

    Nice try rafael. If Virginia decline the vote except to white property owners, that is not just the states having some “difference” marriage and divorce laws cross state borders and can be enforced on the courts of one state to another. Once you have a multi state issue, a federal standard may need to be applied. If I marry a girl in Texas and one in Ohio and one in new york, what if none recognize the marriage in the other state. Some unelected lawyers would be asked to rule. A member of the legislative branch seeking promotion to the executive disrespects the judicial branch….odd.

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